Day 12 Inside Ngorongoro Crater DownloadFrom an overlook. DownloadOur lunch spot. DownloadPanorama from the floor of the crater DownloadAt the lunch spot. Probably some kind of weaver. Liked the juxtaposition to the sign. Feeding animals is strictly forbidden, but that doesn't stop some from doing it. DownloadSome kind of weaver. They are so tough to ID. DownloadAnother weaver. Posted to iNaturalist to see if they can help with ID> DownloadWeaver. DownloadCan you see the blurry rhino in the distance? Our only rhino spotting. DownloadYellow-billed stork DownloadGray Heron DownloadOlive baboon, up close DownloadA falcon of some kind, I think. Maybe be an African hobby. Waiting on ID. DownloadCommon Eland, and youngster. DownloadGrant's Gazelle DownloadSecretary birds working on a nest on the top of a tree. DownloadSecretary birds working on a nest on the top of a tree. DownloadWhite-browed coucal, probably. It has a long tail but I didn't get a good photo. DownloadRock martin, I think. DownloadRock martin, in flight DownloadRock martin nest DownloadLittle Bee-Eater DownloadSpotted hyenas, lounging in the mud holes. DownloadGrey crowned crane - stunning birds. DownloadGrey crowned cranes - in flight DownloadGrey crowned cranes - in flight DownloadStandoff between a serval and East African wolf. DownloadStandoff between a serval and East African wolf. DownloadThe wolf buddy stopped by too. Everyone left unharmed. DownloadServal - gorgeous cat and the last of the big cats we spotted. DownloadServal ears. DownloadAugur Buzzard. In my experience, one food tucked up is a sign of contentment. DownloadAugur Buzzard DownloadAugur Buzzard - note the red tail feathers. DownloadAugur Buzzard - note the red tail feathers. DownloadPond at our lunch spot. DownloadOne of the many weavers at our lunch spot. I suspect they have been fed. DownloadWhite-necked raven, lousy photo DownloadOne of the many weavers at our lunch spot. DownloadEast African Wolf - if you saw one here you would swear it is a coyote. DownloadSpur-winged Goose DownloadFlamingos and zebra in the mud flats DownloadIn the crater, lone flamingo DownloadGreater flamingo. Pink beak at the base, black at the top. DownloadLesser flamingo - much more black on the bill DownloadFlamingo - from this view I don't know what kind. DownloadRed-knobbed coot DownloadPied Avocet - so graceful DownloadLeft - African spoonbill, right - African sacred ibis DownloadLittle sting - maybe. These little ones are very hard to positively ID DownloadBlue-billed Teal DownloadLittle stint? DownloadBlacksmith lapwing DownloadCape teal DownloadHippos with a long-tailed cormorant DownloadSpotted hyena. I can't figure out what he/she is eating. DownloadSpotted hyena. I can't figure out what he/she is eating. DownloadCabbage tree emperor moth. This one was dead and near the door to our lodge.